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Mount a Unix home directory

On student and departmental machines with Windows, the Unix home directory is from connects automatically as a network drive available under the letter J :, for a similar connection to an employee machine with a fixed faculty IP address it is necessary to do the following:

  • Press Win + E to open a File Explorer window.
  • Choose This PC (or Computer in Windows 7) from the left side of the window
  • On the Computer tab, click the Map Network Drive button in the ribbon menu, and then select Map network drive from the popup menu (or just select Map Network Drive on the toolbar in Windows 7)
  • Change the Drive letter (or you can leave the default)
  • Type \\\your_login as Folder
  • Select Reconnect at logon if you want to automatically restore the connection every time you (start the computer and) log on
  • Select Connect using different credentials
  • Press Finish
  • Type ntfi\your_login as User name , fill in your password and press OK

The directory can be mounted analogously /data/your_login as \\\data-your_login (for more see here and here ).